Hispanic Caucus denies membership to Republican Carlos Curbelo

Hispanic Caucus denies membership to Republican Carlos Curbelo

Victor Landa November 17, 2017

The Congressional Hispanic Caucus on Thursday denied Republican Rep. Carlos Curbelo his membership bid, the latest volley in a nasty dispute between the Florida lawmaker and some members of the […]

How a harsh criticism turned ‘Coco’ into Pixar’s most uniquely made movie yet

Victor Landa

Director Lee Unkrich was hot off the box office success and Oscar win for 2010’s “Toy Story 3” when he delved into making a movie that focused on the Mexican […]

Trump Administration Targets and then Mocks Immigrant with Prosthetic Leg

Victor Landa November 15, 2017

A 20-year-old undocumented immigrant with prosthetic leg and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals status has been detained by federal immigration agents and held without charges for over a month, treated inhumanely […]

Latino Veterans

Victor Landa November 14, 2017

Call it the Veteran’s Day halo effect, it’s still time to hook today’s numbers to the just-passed celebration. Specifically, Latino veterans. ►Thursday’s numbers 7 – The percentage of U.S. [email protected] […]

How Indie Latinx Comic Book Authors Are Capturing the Latinx Experience

Victor Landa November 13, 2017

Back in 2010, comics creator Javier Hernandez was walking around San Francisco with his friend Ricardo Padilla when he had an idea: Why don’t they build a comics convention focusing […]

New Poll Reveals One in Three Latinos Have Faced Discrimination In The U.S.

Victor Landa

National Public Radio (NPR) has been working on a project called “You, Me and Them: Experiencing Discrimination In America.” Partnering alongside the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard T.H. Chan School […]

As Numbers Grow, Recognizing Generations Of Latino Veterans

Victor Landa November 10, 2017

As the nation honors its veterans, government officials point to the growing numbers of Latinos in the military, while Hispanic scholars and historians remind us of the generations of Latino […]